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  • Photo: The Column (Washington and Lee University)

    John Williams '17 Elevates Intercollegiate Club Squash at W&L

    When John Williams '17 arrived at Washington & Lee University in 2021, he quickly got involved with many of the organizations on campus - from University Ambassadors and Sigma Chi Fraternity to the Connolly Entrepreneurship Society. The one thing John felt was missing was the opportunity to play competitive squash.
  • Kiera Caffrey '21 Receives Maryland Young Women Leaders Award

    Congratulations to Alumni Board member Kiera Caffrey '21 who received the Maryland Young Women Leaders Award from Governor Wes Moore and the Maryland Commission for Women. This award recognizes young women who, through their hard work, demonstrate excellence in academic achievement and community service.
  • Donor Spotlight: T. Howard F. Stick ’50

    Calvert’s Lower School Auditorium is home to a new grand piano thanks to the generosity of T. Howard F. Stick ’50.

    Honoring his siblings, Gordon M.F. Stick, Jr. ’44 and Anne H.F. Stick Hopkins ’40, Mr. Stick’s meaningful gift is a joyful addition to Calvert’s thriving music program. From beloved class plays and assemblies to musicals and private lessons, Mr. Stick’s generosity will uplift and present our entire community with beautiful music for years to come.
  • Daniel Kelly '16 takes the field for the University of Maryland

    Daniel Kelly '16 and Warry Colhoun '19 Meet in Hopkins vs. Maryland Rivalry Game

    It is a game that college men's lacrosse fans circle on their calendars each season - Johns Hopkins versus the University of Maryland. "The Rivalry," as it's come to be known, is full of lore. This year's game included a bit of Calvert history with alumni on both sides of the match up - Daniel Kelly '16 for the Terrapins and Warry Colhoun '19 for the Blue Jays.
  • Alumni Weekend 2024

    Calvert joyfully welcomed alumni representing more than six decades back to campus on April 12 and 13!

    Alumni Weekend celebrations began on Friday morning with a Latte & Learn campus tour where Head Master Andrew Holmgren greeted guests at the top of the Lower School lobby steps with a morning handshake. Alumni experienced familiar and new spaces around campus – including a planetarium show hosted by science teacher and alumnus Matthew Gallo ’15.
  • Calvert Squash Pro Claims National Title at U.S. Masters

    Calvert Director of Squash Patrick Bedore and his father, Thomas Bedore, made history this month at the U.S. Masters Squash Championships by becoming the first father and son to claim titles together.⁠ ⁠

    On Sunday, April 7, Calvert's very own Coach Bedore earned his first national title as champion in the 35+ age group. He also helped coach his father, who claimed the champion spot in the 70+ division.
  • Certamen Team Competes at University of Pennsylvania

    Twelve Middle School students traveled to the University of Pennsylvania on April 6 to represent Calvert School at the second Penn Certamen, a quiz-bowl competition that tests students’ knowledge of Greek and Roman mythology, ancient history, Latin, and more.
  • Lower Schoolers Read More Than 4,500 Hours in March

    In the Lower School, students far exceeded their March Reading Madness goal of 3,000 hours! Lower School Librarian Mrs. Burkhart challenged students to read a total of 3,000 in one month, but students readily surpassed that goal, reading approximately 4,500 total hours.
  • The Final Four is Set in the 2024 Reunion Bracket Challenge!

    Congratulations to our Final Four - the Classes of 1959, 1994, 1999, and the Lower School Class of 2002/Middle School Class of 2004! Which of these reunion classes will have the strongest Calvert Fund participation and move through to the championship? The championship match-up will be announced on Friday, April 5. Alumni can help their class by making a gift today.

    Be sure to register and join us for Alumni Weekend when we will announce the winner of the bracket challenge at the Alumni Cocktail Party! 

    Thank you to all of our reunion classes for so generously supporting Calvert students and teachers this year!
  • Alumni Gather at Starbucks Reserve in NYC

    New York City area alumni gathered for a unique coffee lab experience at Starbucks Reserve! Expert baristas taught guests how to identify the components of their Empire State Building Microblend, and alumni then competed to determine the correct combination of aromas and tastes.

    Guests also received an update from campus and learned about ways they can connect with fellow alumni through professional mentoring and regional events.
  • Calvert Alumni & Friends Gather in Palm Beach

    Alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends gathered at the Sailfish Club in Palm Beach on February 28 for an evening of Calvert spirit. Head Master Andrew Holmgren shared an update on Calvert today and talked about the ways in which many of the beloved traditions continue.
  • The Reunion Year Bracket Challenge is Here!

    It is March Madness season, and at Calvert that means the Reunion Year Bracket Challenge! The match-ups are set, and the bracket is hot off the press. Which reunion class will take home top-prize for the strongest Calvert Fund participation? Classes with the highest participation percentage will move through to the next round of the finalist bracket. 

    The next round of standings will be announced on Thursday, March 14. Alumni can help their class by making a gift today.

    Be sure to register and join us for Alumni Weekend in April when we will announce the winner of the bracket challenge at the Alumni Cocktail Party! 
  • 2024 Alumni Squash Cup

    On Saturday, February 10, alumni gathered in the Luetkemeyer Athletic Center for the 2024 Alumni Squash Cup. Thank you to all of the players. A special congratulations goes to tournament champion Jonathan Clark ’82 and runner up James Edwards ’85!

    The Calvert squash courts are open to alumni on Saturdays (3:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.) and Sundays (1:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M.). Click here to sign up for court time.
  • Alumni Spotlight: Isabel Cooke '12

    From the Auditorium stage to the director's chair, Isabel Cooke has made a lasting mark on Calvert's theater program both as a student and a teacher. She directed Calvert's Middle School production of the Little Mermaid in 2023, and resumes her role as director for this year's production of Mary Poppins Jr.

  • Alastair Cho '15 Inspires the Next Generation of Calvert Squash Players

    During his winter break, Princeton squash player and Calvert alum Alastair Cho ’15 returned to campus to meet with the Calvert squash team. As part of his visit, Alastair played an exhibition match against Director of Squash Patrick Bedore and spoke about the practice and determination all players need to improve their abilities and compete at higher levels.

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